Category Archives for Exam technique

How to revise history – tips from an expert

To carry on my series of posts about subject-specific revision techniques (last week was all about how to revise geography case studies) I’ve invited Nick Shepley, a history teacher, tutor and host of the Explaining History podcast to share his wisdom about how to dramatically improve your grades in history. Over to Nick. In history, […]

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I’ve got my AS level results. What now? (3 steps to forming a plan for success next year)

You’ve opened that dreaded envelope. You now know the truth that it contains. You’ve got your AS level results. What should you do next? Whether you were over-joyed with the results, got just what you expected or are horribly disappointed there are several things you can (and should) do now. 1. Work out what worked […]

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I've got my AS level results. What now? (3 steps to forming a plan for success next year)

You’ve opened that dreaded envelope. You now know the truth that it contains. You’ve got your AS level results. What should you do next? Whether you were over-joyed with the results, got just what you expected or are horribly disappointed there are several things you can (and should) do now. 1. Work out what worked […]

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Mapping a path to exam success: When should I start to revise + other revision questions answered

This is the third post in a three part series. Read Part 1 and Part 2 first. Since publishing my first post (about revision planning) on this blog less than a month ago I’ve been inundated with questions from people like you about their revision. I’ve been absolutely delighted to receive all your messages and to […]

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